I was born in Benevento a relatively small town in the south of Italy. It is a city and comune of Campania, capital of the province of Benevento. It is situated about 50 kilometers in the northeast of Naples.
Benevento occupies the site of the ancient Beneventum, originally Maleventum. Due to its fascinating and long past, it hosts several historical monuments and findings belonging to the Roman epoch, such as the Arch of Trajan, the church of Santa Sofia, and The Roman theatre. Benevento also hosts the University of Sannio founded in 1998. It is a modern and dynamic institution in constant evolution. It offers 4 faculties including courses for both Bachelor and Master degree in Software Engineering.
In 2006 I started my professional career attending a Bachelor course in Software Engineering at the University of Sannio where, in 2011, I got the Engineer title (title abbreviation in Italian ‘Ing.’). In the meantime, I started several collaborations developing embedded software and designing digital circuit boards. In 2010, I founded a business company in Rome, the LP Systems. Confiding on my electronic knowledge and relying on my engineering background from academia, I created strategic collaborations with important international brands that operate developing Internet-of-Things (IoT) equipment and designing System-on-Module (SoM) boards. These collaborations aimed at creating economical agreements with important resellers allowed me also to publish many didactical articles (see the list) on the most famous Italian magazine of electronic, the Elettronica IN. In the meantime, the collaboration with international customers pushed me toward research. In particular, I started participating in an applied research to measure the dangerous effects of extended noise exposure on the human body. Afterwhile, I came back to the university and in 2015 I obtained a Master degree cum laude in Software Engineering at the University of Sannio. Currently, I am pursuing a Ph.D. in Computer Science at the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft).